Do you speak the language of Human Rights?

December 10 2012: December 10th is the International Day of Human Rights. In order to mark the day, this movie was put together by the Human Rights advocacy group of the UNOY Peace Advocacy Study Session 2012 in Budapest.

Raise you voice and speak Human Rights, in all the languages of the world!

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Sam Diener on January 2, 2013

Hi,
I am impressed by the idea of this video. At the same time, I found myself distracted by trying to figure out what language each person was speaking, and so focused less on the meaning or the emotion of what was being said.
Might it be possible to make another version with an additional subtitle indicating what language is being spoken?
In Peace,
Sam

Adela Dumbravan on January 11, 2013

Dear Sam,
Thank you for your useful comment! We are considering making a new version and will definitely take into account your suggestion. I will make sure it reaches you when it’s ready.
Best regards, in peace,
Adela

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